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With its tropical climate, oceanfront estates and dearth of taxes, the Bahamas has a lot to offer a wealthy young celebrity. But when news broke this week that tennis pro Eugénie Bouchard had become a resident of the Caribbean nation, she found herself
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24-year-old millionaire and Canadian tennis player, Eugenie Bouchard is just like us! She wants to get the hell out of dodge when our brutal Canadian winter hits. To do so, the famous tennis star has decided to become a resident of paradise itself, the ...
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François Legault isn't happy with Montreal tennis star Eugenie Bouchard. At a press conference in Thetford Mines on Tuesday, the leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec said he didn't really like Bouchard's decision to become a resident of the Bahamas
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It shows that it's important for him to present himself well," Bouchard told portal, Tennis World recently. So what should her boyfriend wear? "I like people who are fashionable, not all jeans and black shirts. Outfits need to be okay, not too big or
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Not long ago, in September 2018, the leader of the Coalition Avenir Quebec Francois Legault has criticised Canadian tennis beauty Eugenie Bouchard for making Bahamas, where tax rates are much lower, her home. According to Bouchard's Wikipedia page, ...
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Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has come under fire in the Canadian media this week from political sources in the Quebec election campaign. In the past French Quebec media have criticised her for using the anglicised ... Other Canadian tennis
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Canadian tennis ace Eugenie Bouchard, who got her name after Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, was happy that the royal married her wine merchant fiance, Jack Brooksbank at a start-studded ceremony in Windsor Castle on Friday.
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Gstaad - A leg injury ended the best showing in 18 months by Eugenie Bouchard, who quit her Saturday semi-final at Gstaad trailing Alize Cornet 7-6 (7/5), 1-0. The 2014 Wimbledon finalist, whose one-time fourth ranking has slipped to No 146 after
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CAQ leader François Legault isn't amused by news that Quebec-born tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has made the Bahamas her official home (it had been Florida). “It's her right but I did not like that,” he told reporters in Thetford Mines. “I think we have
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Bouchard's 6-3, 6-2 win over world No. 97 Mariana Duque-Marino on Thursday was her first triumph over a top-100 player since January. LONDON — Eugenie Bouchard has qualified for the main draw at Wimbledon. The Canadian upset No. 2 qualifying ...
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Mais les tournois de tennis du Grand Chelem dévoilent le pays de résidence des athlètes. Cette année, pour Wimbledon et les Internationaux des États-Unis (qui ont lieu actuellement), la fiche de Bouchard indique qu'elle est résidante des Bahamas, un
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WTA tennis players Sloane Stephens and Eugenie Bouchard join gymnast Aly Raisman, para snowboarder Brenna Huckaby and golfer Paige Spiranac as the featured athletes in the 2018 SI Swimsuit issue, out on newsstands this week. After winning her first ...
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Während die Herren der Tennis-Schöpfung noch immer auf der ATP-Tour schwitzen und schuften, dürfen die meisten Tennis-Damen schon Urlaub machen und sich von den Strapazen einer langen Saison erholen. Das Gros der Damen hat für diese Phase ...
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NEW YORK (AP) The United States Tennis Association and popular Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard reached a settlement in her liability lawsuit on Friday, ending a trial at which she testified about slipping and falling on a wet locker room floor at the
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Before we explore the particulars, some credit is due to the International Tennis Federation. After years (decades?) of stubbornly refusing to change and (willfully) blinding themselves to the obvious signs that the Davis Cup was losing relevance and ...